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Apropå Nobelpriset


Eva Jonsby <[log in to unmask]>


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Wed, 8 Oct 1997 09:53:00 +0100





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En ny sida om nobelpriset har öppnats av Britannica. Hittade informationen i
Scout report - en länktjänst som är svårt att vara utan..

Britannica Guide to Nobel Prizes [QuickTime]
Encyclopedia Britannica has opened its vast archives of Nobel Prize related
material in this web special, designed to coincide with the upcoming 1997
awards. The site is highlighted by biographies of every individual and
institution that has ever been awarded the prize. In all, there are over 1,000
articles from the encyclopedia, along with 450 multi-media offerings (images,
audio and video). Winners can be looked up by name, type of prize, and year.
Hypertext timelines are provided for genetics and medicine, and there are
feature articles on the discovery of chemical elements, the Nobel Prize
selection process, and the nationality of the winners. There is also an
multi-media section of 33 selections (mostly QuickTime videos) ranging from
Martin Luther King, Jr.'s I Have A Dream speech to Albert Einstein theorizing
on the effects of atomic energy to Milton Friedman criticizing government
intervention into consumer product safety. But the real power of this site is
that Britannica has kindly allowed all Intern
et users a small portal into its vast information holdings. Note that it is
unkown how long this site will remain free of charge. [JS]

Eva Jonsby

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